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17th May '17 3:54:49 AM Cryoclaste
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* WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd, review of ''SuperMarioBros. 3'': "This part doesn't fuck around! It's like, you got to the end, you dare to play, welcome to Hell!"

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* WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd, review of ''SuperMarioBros. 3'': ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'': "This part doesn't fuck around! It's like, you got to the end, you dare to play, welcome to Hell!"
1st May '17 8:36:42 PM y2k890
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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hell,_Michigan Hell is in Michigan]], apparently. [[http://hurvitz.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/hell-froze-over.jpg And often freezes over.]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hell,_Norway It's also in Norway, apparently.]] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hell,_Grand_Cayman And the Cayman Islands.]]

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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hell,_Michigan Hell is in Michigan]], apparently. [[http://hurvitz.[[http://web.archive.org/web/20131026133712/http://hurvitz.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/hell-froze-over.jpg And often freezes over.]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hell,_Norway It's also in Norway, apparently.]] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hell,_Grand_Cayman And the Cayman Islands.]]
24th Apr '17 7:16:40 PM maxwellsilver
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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hell,_Michigan Hell is in Michigan]], apparently. [[http://hurvitz.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/hell-froze-over.jpg And often freezes over.]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hell,_Norway It's also in Norway, apparently.]]

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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hell,_Michigan Hell is in Michigan]], apparently. [[http://hurvitz.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/hell-froze-over.jpg And often freezes over.]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hell,_Norway It's also in Norway, apparently.]] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hell,_Grand_Cayman And the Cayman Islands.]]
18th Apr '17 7:09:50 AM tyrekecorrea
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* In 1987, Emily Perl Kingsley, who was a writer for ''Series/SesameStreet'' at the time, wrote a magazine article entitled "Welcome to Holland" about what it's like to give birth to a child with a disability. [[note]] Emily's son Jason has Down Syndrome, and made several appearances on Sesame Street as a child. [[\note]] She likened it to spending months planning for a trip to Italy and winding up in Holland: you feel upset that your life ended up on a different path than the one you planned for, and it doesn't help when other people brag about their lives. In a subversion, however, Emily points out that if you waste your time complaining about what could have been, you miss out on the opportunity to enjoy what or who you have.

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* In 1987, Emily Perl Kingsley, who was a writer for ''Series/SesameStreet'' at the time, wrote a magazine article entitled "Welcome to Holland" about what it's like to give birth to a child with a disability. [[note]] Emily's son Jason has Down Syndrome, and made several appearances on Sesame Street as a child. [[\note]] [[/note]] She likened it to spending months planning for a trip to Italy and winding up in Holland: you feel upset that your life ended up on a different path than the one you planned for, and it doesn't help when other people brag about their lives. In a subversion, however, Emily points out that if you waste your time complaining about what could have been, you miss out on the opportunity to enjoy what or who you have.
18th Apr '17 7:05:04 AM tyrekecorrea
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* In 1987, Emily Perl Kingsley, who was a writer for ''Series/SesameStreet'' at the time, wrote a magazine article entitled "Welcome to Holland" about what it's like to give birth to a child with a disability. [[note]] Emily's son Jason has Down Syndrome, and made several appearances on Sesame Street as a child. [[\note]] She likened it to spending months planning for a trip to Italy and winding up in Holland: you feel upset that your life ended up on a different path than the one you planned for, and it doesn't help when other people brag about their lives. In a subversion, however, Emily points out that if you waste your time complaining about what could have been, you miss out on the opportunity to make the most of what or who you have.

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* In 1987, Emily Perl Kingsley, who was a writer for ''Series/SesameStreet'' at the time, wrote a magazine article entitled "Welcome to Holland" about what it's like to give birth to a child with a disability. [[note]] Emily's son Jason has Down Syndrome, and made several appearances on Sesame Street as a child. [[\note]] She likened it to spending months planning for a trip to Italy and winding up in Holland: you feel upset that your life ended up on a different path than the one you planned for, and it doesn't help when other people brag about their lives. In a subversion, however, Emily points out that if you waste your time complaining about what could have been, you miss out on the opportunity to make the most of enjoy what or who you have.
18th Apr '17 7:04:05 AM tyrekecorrea
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18th Apr '17 7:02:55 AM tyrekecorrea
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* In 1987, Emily Perl Kingsley, who was a writer for ''Series/SesameStreet'' at the time, wrote a magazine article about what it's like to give birth to a child with a disability. [[note]] Emily's son Jason has Down Syndrome, and made several appearances on Sesame Street as a child. [[\note]] She likened it to spending months planning for a trip to Italy and winding up in Holland: you feel upset that your life ended up on a different path than the one you planned for, and it doesn't help when other people brag about their lives. In a subversion, however, Emily points out that if you waste your time complaining about what could have been, you miss out on the opportunity to make the most of what or who you have.

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* In 1987, Emily Perl Kingsley, who was a writer for ''Series/SesameStreet'' at the time, wrote a magazine article entitled "Welcome to Holland" about what it's like to give birth to a child with a disability. [[note]] Emily's son Jason has Down Syndrome, and made several appearances on Sesame Street as a child. [[\note]] She likened it to spending months planning for a trip to Italy and winding up in Holland: you feel upset that your life ended up on a different path than the one you planned for, and it doesn't help when other people brag about their lives. In a subversion, however, Emily points out that if you waste your time complaining about what could have been, you miss out on the opportunity to make the most of what or who you have.
18th Apr '17 7:00:57 AM tyrekecorrea
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* In 1987, Emily Perl Kingsley, who was a writer for ''Series/SesameStreet'' at the time, wrote an article about what it's like to give birth to a child with a disability. She likened it to spending months planning for a trip to Italy and winding up in Holland:

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* In 1987, Emily Perl Kingsley, who was a writer for ''Series/SesameStreet'' at the time, wrote an a magazine article about what it's like to give birth to a child with a disability. [[note]] Emily's son Jason has Down Syndrome, and made several appearances on Sesame Street as a child. [[\note]] She likened it to spending months planning for a trip to Italy and winding up in Holland:
Holland: you feel upset that your life ended up on a different path than the one you planned for, and it doesn't help when other people brag about their lives. In a subversion, however, Emily points out that if you waste your time complaining about what could have been, you miss out on the opportunity to make the most of what or who you have.
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18th Apr '17 6:16:35 AM tyrekecorrea
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* In 1987, Emily Perl Kingsley, who was a writer for ''Series/SesameStreet'' at the time, wrote an article about what it's like to give birth to a child with a disability. She likened it to spending months planning for a trip to Italy and winding up in Holland:
11th Dec '16 7:34:07 PM Pywackett-Barchetta
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* Hecatia Lapislazuli of ''VideoGame/Touhou'', as the goddess of Hell, wears a shirt with the phrase printed right on it (or rather, "Welcome <3 Hell", to be exact).

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* Hecatia Lapislazuli of ''VideoGame/Touhou'', ''VideoGame/TouhouProject'', as the goddess of Hell, wears a shirt with the phrase printed right on it (or rather, "Welcome <3 Hell", to be exact).
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